Why did the Counter-Reformation attempt in England fail?

1) a generation grew up in England that considered themselves Protestants and did not accept Catholicism as the official religion;
2) many English nobles, enriched at the expense of church property, did not want to lose what they acquired;
3) the British were dissatisfied with the interference of the Spaniards in the internal affairs of the country;
4) the terror against the Protestants led to growing dissatisfaction with Catholicism.

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